From the creators of Chef’s Table, comes a new mouth-watering documentary series that celebrates the local heroes of street food in Thailand, India, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, and Vietnam.

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Street Food | Official Trailer | Netflix

Embark on a global cultural journey into street food and discover the stories of the people who create the flavorful dishes.

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45 thoughts on “Street Food | Official Trailer | Netflix”

  1. I have watched all of them. I'm Vietnamese and to me, the Vietnam episode was good enough but I would say the Indonesia episode is the most heartwarming and tear-jerking. A daughter, a wide, a mother, then a grandmother and most importantly, a preservationist of culinary heritage was beautifully depicted.

  2. I have seen a few shows like this and while I can appreciate the food (it all looks delicious) my very favorite thing are the stories, their struggles, their history, how they succeeded when no one else thought they could. Then again, this isn't anything new, I've always had an interest in people's background and their history!

  3. The Seoul episode was not only awesome because it showed the food and the culture of our people to the world, but also because I was very touched by the lady's story and how she created her business from scratch out of necessity to support her family. It reminded me of my mother who was an immigrant, started a new career and eventually a business after a divorce, and succeeded despite the setbacks just so that she could give me the life I live today. It really made me become more appreciative of my mother's sacrifices throughout her life. Thank you for such a great show!

  4. Guys, if you can't afford Netflix to watch this, then watch The Best Ever Food Review on youtube. Great quality also.

    Edit: I have Netflix tho.

  5. MALAYSIA should be included too!!! We have such an amazing diversity in our street food scene from the different races and cultures!

  6. Not gonna lie…i shed tears during some of these episodes…ive never been so inspired and moved by a documentary like this before. You will come out with a greater appreciation for life after watching.

  7. Does anybody happen to know the music that starts at around 22:32 in the bangkok episode? I'm getting desperate here, it's overwhelmingly good…

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